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[To John Bondfield]

[addrLine] John Bondfield Esqr.

[salute] Sir

We thank you for the Civility of your favour of the 30th. Ulto.2 and shall be obliged to you, for the earliest communication of any interest• { 52 } ing News that may reach your Port. We have the honor to be Sir, your most obedient humble Servants
[signed] Benjamin Franklin
[signed] Arthur Lee
[signed] John Adams
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